Pollinate New England Program Set to Launch




New England Wild Flower Society is now developing Pollinate New England, a multifaceted educational outreach program that includes building a network of model pollinator gardens throughout New England filled with diverse, systemic, pesticide-free native plants.

The program, supported by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, aims to remedy the drastic, dangerous drop in pollinator populations and help gardeners fight through a storm of misinformation and false advertising to select native plant species that genuinely benefit pollinators.

Over the next two years, the Society will design and deliver a suite of free educational programs, including an online course,12 pollinator garden workshops and installations across New England, and much more.

To get involved, fill out questionnaire at NewEnglandWild.org.

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